The Call-Leader from Elwood, Indiana on May 14, 1997 · Page 5
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The Call-Leader from Elwood, Indiana · Page 5

Elwood, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 14, 1997
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Tha Cali-LMdw, Wednesday, May 14, 1997 PAGE 5 , The first Quality Farm & Fleet Supply location was a renovated grocery store In Hudsonvllle, Mich. It was opened by brothers, Jack Hilt and George Hilt In 1962. Business celebrates 35 years of continuous customer service 0 hi The entire Quality Farm and Fleet Store and County Post Store family of stores is celebrating 35 years of continuous customer service during the month of May. An informal birthday party will be held in all stores Saturday , with free hot dogs and beverage in the store for customers from noon to 2 p.m. Birthday cake will be served at 2 p.m. for everyone in the store. During the spring of 1 962 brothers, George Hilt and Jack Hilt opened their first store, Quality Wholesale Supply, in the rural community of Hudsonville Mich. The brothers had received their business training by working in their family hardware business in nearby Muskegon, . Mich. They believed that a formula of low costs, available farm merchandise and a high level of customer service would be successful in rural agricultural markets. The same philosophy of serving the rural and agricultural customer with outstanding values and personal service is embraced today by the over 4,000 associates who are employed by Quality Stores, Inc. throughout its seven state, 1 05 store Marketing area Two more stores are scheduled to open laxt month, one in South Haven, Mich, and the other if Brunswick Ohio. McMahan oontinuMf from paqo ott informed professional, knows all of these economic, tax and legal matters which can effict the erosion of wealth or its preservation and protection. .p An overview of estate and financial planning win save you and yourfami-Vjnoney and heartache. Planning Cfl significantly reduce the risks of your assets becoming subject to the claims of creditors, lean help immunize your business from adverse times. It can provide an independent financial base even if virtually all of your assets are tied up in the operation of your business. Your family almost certainly will save by your lifetime estate and financial planning. The savings not only win come from a reduction in estate and similar wealth transfer taxes, but also from a more efficient administration of your estate and the effective operation of your business after your death. Perhaps more importantly, planning may significantly reduce fights over the financial spoils at your death and promote family harmony and respect More fortunes have probably been lost in family feuds than In taxes. But without proper planning, more than half your wealth will be eroded by taxes. Many individuals pay for advice from professionals about estate and ' financial planning and then ignore it, somehow convincing themselves that they have unlimited time to take action. Others go through the planning process a single time never to repeat, even though circumstance change. The results of either course of action are uniform and inevitable: the significant erosion of the base of wealth which had been built over the years of' struggle and risk. The time to begin your planning is now and you must establish goals to be attained. Mammogram special tittered at hospital .' . St. Vincent Mercy Hospital and .hit American Cancer Society are .offering mammograms for Mother's be purchased for a special price of .$65 until May 16. The mammogram rmust be completed by June 30. For .information call 552-4580. ,vn,.,a Diabetic Support Group to meet St. Vincent Mercy Hospital Diabetic Support Group will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 20 in the hospital classroom.- The meeting is open to all local residents who have diabetes or have a family or friend with the 'disease and would like mow information. r " . - Members needed to plan reunion for Hobbs school The Hobbs school reunion is set for 2 p.m., July 12 at the Hobbs Fire "Department. The social hour begins at 2 p.m. The pitch-in dinner will be served at 4 p.m. There will also be entertainment. Members are asked to also take photos. Celebrate SmW. fi Jiff JJ THEME PARK Now Open Weekends torng Sneak Preuiew! . . irri i in ui nut v 'j.ftii ii re ip 1 1 T' im iii'jLi 17 IMr ljUfefl lilt ,Os Opens This Weekend! vNd place has more summer -fjll" run & excitement man Holiday World & Splashin' Safari! So come celebrate summer with us Holiday World is now niun usoaLVonHcl New for 1997 at Splashin' Safari stare into the mouth of the Otorongo. This trio of water slides will fling you through unbelievable twists, turns and drops all in total ' darkness! Can you face the challenge? Find out when it opens along with the rest of Splashin' Safari this weekend! Brave the wooden rails of The Raven it'll hurl you at 60 miles per hour through a tunnel, over a lake, between trees and down a hillside on more than half a mile of track! Ride it and see why The Raven is one of the world's top-ranked coasters. This summer, find out why with over 100 acres of excitement Holiday World & Splashin' Safari are 1 for Family Fun! CALL 1-800 GO SANTA FOR MORE INFORMATION i" l Send for your FREE Indiana Play Money Coupon Book & Travel Guide. Name:. I I Address:. per- .State:. .ZIP:. Mil tn:lndtanTbrmw One North Capitol 700- Indanjpota. IN 4204 ' . . I- Or Call 1-80O2 19-8844 LT . Coupon valid any operating day in May for special $15.95 (reg. $21.95) General Admission price or special $12.95 (reg. $15.95) 6uest-Under-54"Se- j nior price on up to 8 admissions. Children 2 and j under fret. No double discounts. . Hill EXPIRES MAY 31. 1997 . fphstof 1-800-60 SANTA EXFAO. ! Jet IinL 162.8 245 South of 1-64 Santa Ctaut, IN 475791 Look what's up Doc, in Orestes The Orestes Post Office will celebrate the issuance of the Bugs Bunny Stamp Thursday, May 23. "As custodian for America's stamp program, the US Postal Service takes great pride in reflecting the rich history of this country through postage stamps," said: Postmaster ftob Williams. "In that spirit, it is fitting that this uniquely American animation icon is honored on a postage stamp." In honor of this occasion, Williams will conduct a Bugs Bunny coloring contest for Orestes Elementary School students. According to Williams one set of Bugs Bunny stamps will be awarded to a winner from each grade. Longtime Orestes residents Nellie King, Freeda Norris, Mary Norris and Lois Stevens will judge the best drawings. The winners will receive their stamps the first day of Issuance. The Orestes Post Office will serve carrot cake and refreshments that day, said Williams. I Tl 3E' N -'i THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1997 CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Anna Maria Aberghetti, Trini Lopez, James Mason, Joseph Cotton Dear Eugenia: My husband, born Dec. 2, 1963, and our daughter, born May 28, 1995, and I recently moved to a new city and country because of my job. Since we moved, and even before that, we seem to be arguing more and I have tost interest in being physical with him. Is this just a bad phase for both of us, or are we doomed to this for the rest of our relationship? - Concerned Dear Concerned: You have an amazing comparison with your husband. Quite often, when children enter into the picture, it sets off several years where good relationships start to fail. You have all been through a stressful period. First, adjusting to taking on the responsibility of a child; second, moving to a new city and country; and third, working in a new atmosphere. Your husband is probably feeling somewhat' alienated. Don't be too hard on one another this year, as you are both experiencing confusion. Try to cope; work hard at raising your daughter and above all else, try to plan atrip for just the two of you. You need to rekindle what you once had. If you can't make this union work, it will be a real loss for both of you. Get professional help if you feel that you are losing ground. It isn't easy for a Sag'rttarian male to deal with these Issues. You'll have to coax him a little if you want this relationship to last By the way, pregnancy or giving birth is apparent at the end of this year and beginning of next. You may not feel like making bve, but If you do, you're likely to enlarge your family. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): You may be fooling yourself about your abilities. Dorit make promises that are unreasonable. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Do not get romantically involved with colleagues. Redecorating will cost far more than anticipated. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20): Travel for pleasure will promote new love interests. Get involved in groups of interest. CANCER (June 21 -July 22): Don't get involved in joint financial ventures. You must avoid extrava gance when it comes to entertainment LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Arguments with partners are imminent if you dont control the situation. Refrain from making hasty decisions. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): Take care of secret matters. Avoid confrontations with employers or relatives. Be cautious while traveling. LIBRA (SepL 23-Oct. 22): Don't let your lover cost you too much today. Lending or borrowing will get you into trouble. SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21): Your talents will shine at work. Don't let your personal dilemmas interfere with your goals. . SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dee. 21): Pleasure trips will be fun but they will cost you more than you bargained. Your need for .lavish entertainment will be your downfall. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22-Jan. 19): Difficulties with your lover will surface. Do not let your mate spend your hard-earned cash. -s AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Lovers' quarrels will develop if you don't channel your energy into physical outlets. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Poor health will prevail if you allow yourself to get run-down. Be cautious while operating equipment Born Today: You've got the ideas and the support to make your dreams come true this year. Dont let someone who has been toying with your heart stand in the way of your accomplishments. You must forge ahead, regardless of the obstacles you face. (Need advice? Check out Eugenia's Web site at wwwugenlalastcom or try her Interactive site at fl3flnrTTMlIl .in- . 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OP-PEN-P20S-A Black OP-PEN-P205-B Burgundy OP-PEN-P205-0 Gr List $5.40 ea. Green 929 40 ea. T lSANFORD. SAVE 57 Uni-Ball Roller Pens Writes at any angle. Micro Point OP-SAN-W151 Black OP-SAN-M1S2 Red OP-SAIM01S3 ' Blue F in Part OP-SAN-MI 01 Black OP-SAN-M102 Red OP-SAN401M List $19.08 dz Blue $8 28 dz. AVERY SAVE..., up to 32 Brilliant Color Ink Jet Paper Works with all ink jet printers. 8-12" x 11". OP-AVE-26-300 White ml List $12.59 pk. OP-AVE-26-320 While $ List $21.80 pk. Cardinal. SAVE 70 Cardinal Clear-Vue Binders OP-CRO-01100 58" White OP-CRD-01101 58" Black OP-CRD-01200 r White OP-CRD-01201 1' Black List $6.55 ea. $1 99 ea. Cardinal. SAVE 26 Duraclip Report Covers 25 per box. OP-CRD-2203-BLA Black ' OP-CRD-2203-0KB Dark Blue OP-CRD-2203-GRA Gray OP-CRD-2203-MAR Maroon OP-CRD-2203-RED OP-CRD-2203-BIU List $2.15 ea. rtn if . fSUJ Red Light Blue M 59 ea. Sauder- woodworking SAVE 35 Sauder Executive Desk A double pedestal desk finished in Fulton Oak. OP-SWC-5344 30-1Zd x 59-12T x 30 Ti List $259.95 ea. $169 99 ea. Mcrclundise Prices and AvaiUtoWy Prices aesiguled as "kst" ire the rranulxturers suggested 1st price M the lime of puOicilwn Prices designated as "Sale are the wholesaler s suggested prce to the consumer during the time ot the promotion. Individual retaMers' prices may be higher or lower. Manulacturer list once, customer pnee and resulting savings are suDfect to change at any time without notice. The wlKriesaler and dealer are not responsible lor printing errors. It is our intent to have an advertised Hems in slock during the promotional period yet some companies may be unable to stock al Hems shown at all times due to manufacturer or wholesaler shortages, shipment delays and other situations beyond then control However most terns can be ordered and I "Ran Check' issued. Items may not be readily avaaaMe in all colors bsted Retailer reserves the right to hint guantities of advertised products and to substitute kerns ot equal or better ouatty Some terns nay reouire assembly, "f REE LOCAL DELIVERY is available withm our debvery areas Cat tor details. Office Pros retailers an independently owned and operated. Each authortnd retaner is a participating dealer at the Office Pros program Office Pros and The Office Professionals are registered servce marks. Pnces shown are good Ihru June 30. 1997 d code 14U 0?f . . . Tipton 675-4569 Ramsay Business Products 116 North Main Street, Tipton, Indiana 46072 FAX 675-2757 SHARP - Copiers, Fax, Laser Prinetrs Canon - Typewriters, Calculators FREE DELIVERY - LOW PRICES SUPPLIES ' FURNITURE COPY & FAX SERVICE

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